Isco looks certain to be on the way out at Real Madrid (Picture: Getty)Real Madrid believe both Arsenal and Manchester City will be interested in signing Isco in the January transfer window, according to reports in Spain.Isco was expected to move on over the summer but appeared to have made a U-turn, deciding instead to fight for his place in Zinedine Zidane’s starting line-up.However, the midfielder has only started two La Liga games for Real Madrid so far this season and has not featured at all in the Champions League. Comment Metro Sport ReporterMonday 21 Oct 2019 4:28 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Isco has been restricted in his chances in the Real Madrid first team (Picture: Getty)According to Spanish outlet AS, Isco is desperate to win his place back in the Spain squad ahead of next summer’s European Championships.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe 27-year-old has 38 caps for his country but was one of a number of high-profile absentees from Roberto Moreno’s most recent squad.He will now reportedly look to secure a long-mooted Premier League move in January having been told that regular first-team football at the top level is what the Spain boss needs to see in order to offer him a recall.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalAnd Madrid are said to be certain that both Arsenal and Man City regard Isco as a dream signing with Unai Emery’s midfield still requiring strengthening and Pep Guardiola seeing the Spanish international as a long-term replacement for the departing David Silva.Isco’s departure would also grease the wheels for any incoming transfers with Real supposedly unwilling to make any purchases without clearing room in their 25-man squad. Advertisement Eriksen has been a long-term target for Real Madrid (Picture: Getty)The AS report claims that should Isco leave, Madrid could make a January play for Tottenham contract rebel Christian Eriksen in an effort to ensure he does not sell his services to the highest bidder when his current deal expires in the summer.However, president Florentino Perez would rather redouble his efforts to sign Kylian Mbappe, the PSG winger who is likely to command a fee of more than £200million.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Advertisement Real Madrid expect Arsenal and Man City to launch Isco transfer moves
Indinaapolis, In. — The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is proposing a change to an administrative rule that would require animal control officers and pest control professionals to euthanize raccoons, opossums and coyotes. Currently catch and release procedures are governed by a host of rules and regulations.Officials say the change is proposed in order to prevent nuisance problems and the spread of disease.DNR officials provided this document regarding 2015-16 Administrative Rule Ideas.The proposed change is raising concerns from animal rights advocates.
A Cuban man who fled his native Havana after stowing away on a recent flight to South Florida was granted political asylum this week.According to reports, workers at Miami International Airport discovered 26-year-old Yunier García Duarte hiding in the cargo hold of a Swift Airlines plane that landed on August 16.He had been working as a baggage handler at José Martí International Airport in Cuba, and was wearing his blue employee shirt, badge and blue jeans.Duarte told authorities that he feared for his life if he was deported back to Cuba, and that his family was unaware of his plans to sneak onto the plane and leave to the United States.He said, “I risked my life. I hope they welcome me. If they deport me, they’ll torture me.”Duarte remains in custody at the Krome Detention Center in south Miami-Dade County. On Tuesday afternoon, a judge granted him asylum.Attorney Willy Allen explained, “This case was won by Yunier himself, his testimony was solid and I have rarely seen a young man with his experience, explaining what it is like to live in Cuba.”A rafter crisis in 1994 led to more than 30,000 Cubans leaving the island using rafts and vessels, resulting in the “wet foot, dry foot policy,” which allowed Cubans who reached U.S. soil to stay. Those who were intercepted at sea were sent back.President Barack Obama lifted that policy in January 2017, just before he left office. As with other migrants who arrive illegally, Cubans are now repatriated.